Thank you Mayfield Creamery for sponsoring today’s post. All opinions are my own.
Earlier this week, our family attended our first Frisco Roughriders game. When I told my daughter we were going to go to a baseball game, she beamed with excitement. I too was excited to spice up our dull Monday night with an evening of baseball, food and no cooking!
Seeing the joy it brought my family brought back memories of the times I went to baseball games with my dad as a child. If you haven’t experienced the nostalgic environment that a Frisco Roughriders game provides, you are missing out. The spirit and the fanfare bring you to a place free of stress and distractions. Every family could benefit from such an experience.
The Best Food to Eat at the Frisco Roughriders Game
Did I mention how excited I was to not have to cook or do dishes?
The variety of food did not dissapoint at the game; however, there is one treat that stood out from the crowd.
I couldn’t resist a few vanilla scoops of Mayfield Creamery Ice Cream with candy toppings. Served in a souvenir baseball helmet, this treat didn’t last long as I devoured it within seconds.
This satisfying treat paired with baseball simply makes sense.
Mayfield ice cream is sold throughout Dr. Pepper Ballpark, including at a dedicated Mayfield Creamery Corner Ice Cream Parlor located behind section 121. There are eight varieties of Mayfield ice cream, including Smokey Mountain Fudge and Signature Vanilla.
Mayfield ice cream uses fresh cream from their own dairy – with no artificial growth hormones – from family recipes that have been perfected over three generations.
When the ‘Riders are away, DFW-area folks can pick up Mayfield ice creams at Tom Thumb, Albertsons, Market Street, and United Stores. (Suggested Retail Price: $5.99).
Whether it’s at home or at a Frisco Roughriders game, your family can make it a Mayfield Night by enjoying a multitude of delicious flavors.
Which Mayfield ice cream flavor are you most excited to taste? Have you been to a Frisco Roughriders game this season?